GCSE Information Technology Project

Systems Design

When using Information Technology to help you with a particular project you will need to carry out the following series of processes:

ANALYSIS

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DESIGN

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IMPLEMENTATION

> EVALUATION

Your project work will also require testing to make sure that it performs as expected and all four processes will require documentation as evidence. A project will involve the use of a variety of software packages and you will need to use the skills and concepts that you have learnt in at least two of the following IT strands - Communicating Information, Data Handling, Measuring, Control, and Modelling.

giffyAnalysis

This involves looking at the problems and finding out what is involved before you start:

giffyDesign

This involves planning out exactly what you intend to do:

giffyImplementation

This involves carrying out all the tasks that you have planned to do and any changes that you may find to be necessary.

giffyEvaluation

This involves the drawing of conclusions about your work.


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